Si Vince Tutto
Si Vince Tutto is a Special Edition draw of SuperEnalotto with its own dedicated jackpot. Results for Si Vince Tutto can be found here.
It's incredibly easy to play: just select six numbers on the special play slip between one and 90. The minimum play is a sixnumber combination and you can play up to a maximum of 27,132 combinations. The odds of winning a prize when playing a sixnumber combination are 1 in 318. If the numbers you have selected for your combination match the numbers drawn, irrespective of the draw order, you're a winner! You have five ways to win with SiVinceTutto, by picking:
What makes these draws special is the fact that all of the prize money is won on the evening of the draw. If noone picks the correct six numbers, then the prize money is shared out between those who pick five, four, three and two numbers.
The draw takes place at the AAMS (Amministrazione autonoma dei monopoli di Stato  Independent Administration of State Monopolies) headquarters in Rome and is conducted and verified by Sisal and AAMS.
Prize Breakdown
Each sixnumber combination allows you a chance to win a prize from any of the five tiers, which includes the chance of winning a millionaire jackpot! All the prize money collected exclusively for the SiVinceTutto SuperEnalotto draws will be shared out on the on the evening of these special draws in the following percentages:
If there is no firsttier winner (six points), the prize money reserved for this tier will be divided between the winners of tiers five, four, three and two in the following percentages:
Similarly, if there is no first (six points) or second (five points) winner the prize money will be split equally to the third tier (four points), fourth tier (three points) and fifth tier (two points) in these percentages:
Si Vince Tutto System Entries
There are lots of advantages to a system game:
Full systems
A full system is achieved by selecting more than six numbers. For example, playing seven numbers gives seven combinations, playing eight numbers gives 28 combinations and so on, up to a maximum of 17 numbers.
The table shows the main denominations of a simple or system game.
Numbers Played on the Panel 
Combinations Game 

6 
1* 
7 
7 
8 
28 
9 
84 
10 
210 
11 
462 
12 
924 
13 
1.716 
14 
3.003 
15 
5.005 
16 
8.008 
17 
12.376 
*The minimum play consists of a single play combination.
Reduced Systems
A reduced system is devised to maintain an acceptable level of success while significantly reducing the combinations (and therefore cost) of an equivalent full system. Reduced systems differ by the 'win guarantee' that they allow with respect to the tier of win achievable from an equivalent full system;
You can create reduced systems through the systems player corner that you will find on your play slip, marking the reduction you want to apply. The table shows some of the reduced systems that can be played.
Guarantee 
Numbers Played 
Combinations 


G5 
10 
14 

G5 
11 
22 

G5 
12 
38 

G4 
13 
10 

G4 
14 
14 

G4 
15 
19 

G4 
16 
25 

G4 
17 
34 

G4 
19 
54 

G3 
20 
10 

G3 
21 
13 

G3 
22 
15 

G3 
23 
17 

G3 
24 
20 

G3 
25 
22 

G3 
26 
25 

G3 
27 
27 

G3 
28 
31 

G3 
29 
35 

G3 
30 
39 

G3 
32 
50 

G3 
33 
55 
Standard and variant systems, like reduced systems, aim to contain the number of combinations (and therefore reduce the cost) of an equivalent full system. The playing numbers are divided into two groups: basic, which appear in every generated combination; variant, which are randomly assigned to complete each combination.